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The Trilby Tour has continued to build towards its much-awaited return under new owners Darwin Escapes by announcing partnerships with luxury brands Glenmuir, Motocaddy and Duca del Cosma.

The agreements will see each partner brand providing prize incentives for the new-look Trilby Tour, which is returning to Sky Sports in 2022 and will see female amateurs dueling for the prize pots for the first time in the tour’s history.

The prize value across the series, which culminates in The Grand Final at Dundonald Links in September, has increased to £10,000 following these partnerships.

All competitors will receive a Glenmuir shirt, while winners receive a pair of Duca del Cosma shoes, a brand-new Motocaddy S1 electric trolley and a Glenmuir top-to-toe outfit.

The winner of the Grand Final will also be fully kitted out by Glenmuir along with a Sunderland waterproof suit and weather wear, and receive two pairs of Duca del Cosma shoes – on and off course models – plus Cabretta gloves, a Motocaddy M5 GPS electric trolley with a Pro-Series cart bag, and a Pro 3000 Laser Rangefinder.

There will also be a Motocaddy PRO 3000 on offer at each event for the nearest-to-the-pin competition.

A total of 60 players from the championship qualifiers will fight it out at The Grand Final where the overall winner will be crowned the Trilby Tour champion for 2022.

Ashley Pheasant, Head of Golf for Darwin Escapes, remarked: “We are delighted to announce these partnerships with Glenmuir, Motocaddy and Duca del Cosma. They are some of the biggest names in the business and are massively supportive of the new-look Tour.

“Their involvement represents the general importance of the Trilby Tour and we can’t wait to get to the first event so we can start testing the players.”

To register for the 2022 Trilby Tour and for more details, visit the website.

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